in the western part of the State, remained in camp near Springfield, until completely organized.
Before leaving the State, of the House, Messrs. Bullock of Worcester, Calhoun of Springfield, Branning of Lee, Davis of Greenfield, Tyler of Boston, five western counties, and had its camp near the city of Springfield, until it was fully organized.
The Eleventh Regiment wa, Commissary-General of Massachusetts.
James Barnes, of Springfield, a graduate of West Point, and a veteran officer, was co
The Twenty-seventh Regiment was recruited at Camp Reed, Springfield, from the four western counties in the State.
It left tde's command.
The field officers were Horace C. Lee, of Springfield, colonel, who afterwards rose to the rank of brigadier-gmpton, lieutenant-colonel; and Walter G. Bartholomew, of Springfield, major,—both of whom were made full colonels before the e are plenty of guns at the navy yard, at Watertown, and Springfield, which could easily be put into position.